SpamItBack Software

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  1. roundabout

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    This is pretty insane, I find it really funny that this software looks very sophisticated, and yet the designers don't seem to care it's bringing them into the same category of SPAMMER as their targets.

    Source: http://www.spamitback.com/

    How does it work?

    You choose whatever message you want delivered to the spammers. This software then allows you to target the spammers websites, online ordering forms, or any personal spam e-mail addresses that have been discovered, with your message, and makes sure it gets delivered. If a spammer is not in the spammer database, let us know so we can add it. You can deliver this message once, a thousand times, or as many times as you want. You can also make the message as large as you want, 1KB, 10KB, 100KB. (If you have a question about how it e-mails/ISPs, please see this FAQ.)

    Some of the Features:

    * Ability to select which spammers to send a message to, and deliver in round-robin fashion
    * Ability to send multiple (yet unique) messages to the same spammer through simultaneous connections
    * Ensure your message is delivered by choosing what browser you wish to emulate.
    * Activate counter-detection measures to bypass any filters spammers may have deployed on their website. (Similar tactics spammers use to bypass your e-mail filters).
    * Send e-mail directly to spammers mailboxes when discovered. (Software uses a built-in SMTP server, which means you don't actually need an e-mail account to send mail to the spammer. It does not send e-mail through your account, but rather connects directly with the spammers mail server. Similar tactics they use to send out spam).
    * See the amount of data being transferred, number of packages sent, and more.
    * Ability to get automatic updates from within the software, plus submitting your score online.
     
  2. PushSend

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    You see that the last time a spammer was added to their list of "spammers who are no longer sending with these addresses" is 2004? And what's the points system all about? Seems like they're almost making a game out of it.

    Weird.

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    I'd say it's a solid candidate for the "loser of the week" section.

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